A guest panel of machine users shared their experiences of using Renishaw’s 3D printing technology.
A guest panel of machine users shared their experiences of using Renishaw’s 3D printing technology.

3D printing company Renishaw says that it made two presentations at the recent Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Conference which took place in the US in March-April 2019.

The first session, entitled ‘Meticulous Machines for a New AM World,’ examined how the demand for increased productivity and improved quality output is driving the development of AM systems towards integrated technologies and systems. The presentation was given by Marc Saunders, director of additive manufacturing applications at Renishaw.

The second, entitled ‘To Boldly Go: Enterprising AM,’ consisted of a guest panel of machine users, who shared their experiences of using Renishaw’s 3D printing technology. This included Mike Corliss of Knust-Godwin, from the oil and gas sector, Vincent Palumbo from Mott Corporation, Khuu Phong from Dentsply Sirona, a provider of dental implants, and Chris Beck from Innovative 3D Manufacturing, an AM contract manufacturer with a niche in medical tooling.

This story uses material from Renishaw, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.